Here is our selection of CES 2016 Live Updates: Samsung introduces revolutionary audio systems featuring the Dolby Atmos technology. The developing company aims to offer sound technology that is revolutionary in every single way.
Samsung vows to do away with complex and complicated surround systems that require too many speakers. The company has used the Dolby Atmos Technology on their most recent 3D sound system to reproduce the exact sensations that users get in cinemas.
Samsung went straight to the core of the Dolby Atmos technology to understand how cinema systems work. You probably never thought of it, but the immersive sensation one gets when watching a movie in a cinema room is all due to the upward-firing speakers.
Consequently, Samsung produced their most recent 5.1.4 soundbar which functions more or less like the cinema speakers. More specifically, the speakers have four upward-firing sound beams that turn downward when they bounce off the ceiling. To make things even better, the sound system comes with a subwoofer and two surrounds.
The latter send the sound beams upwards and laterally similar to a 5.1 system, the company has informed, but this piece of information did not sweep tech analysts off their feet as users will most certainly have to figure out a way to place these speakers around the house.
This can be a true drawback, especially if there isn’t enough space around the room. The smartphone maker tried to balance things out by making the said speakers wirelessly compatible. Moreover, the sound bars come in different forms and sizes to make it easier for customers to integrate them around the house and to make them part of the décor.
Samsung’s new sound system was not made available for sale, yet, but chances are we will soon see this product in stores. Customers should first make sure their home cinema systems are compatible with the Dolby Atmos technology. If not, they will have to wait until the company figures out a solution for them, too.
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